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King.com, the home of Timeâ??s top-rated Hunted Forever, says thereâ??s a tremendous range of talent outside of the studio system

Great games don’t need an “army of devs”

Riccardo Zacconi, the CEO of casual games portal King.com, has stated that the modern games development studio system is not necessarily the best place to source creative talent owing to the nature of modern Flash games development.

The comments come after King’s Flash title Hunted Forever, which was developed by 21 year old Evan Miller, earned a place in Time’s Top Ten picks for 2008 – a list that also includes the likes of Grand Theft Auto IV, Spore and Gears of War 2.

For the full story click here to head over to Develop’s sister site CasualGaming.biz.

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